Welcome to The Official Website of The Historic
Located in Historical town of Alton, Illinois
Just North of St. Louis, Missouri.
Atop Mount Lookout Park, the highest point in Alton, stands the McPike House. It has not been occupied since the 1950's. Since that time, weather and vandals have caused extensive damage to this historic home.
Currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Once a proud addition to the town, the mansion continues to be in need of much repair.
Currently owned by Sharyn and George Luedke, many needed repairs are being done to return it to it's former glory. The current owners have been successful at stabilizing much of the structure and continue to make needed renovations. Thanks to everyone who continue to support events at McPike and extend donations towards these efforts.
2018 Alby Street
Sharyn and George Luedke
or cell 618 830 2179
The McPike Mansion has a history of paranormal occurrences, it is known for it's haunting's.
Numerous photos have been taken that add to it's mystery. Balls of light go unexplained by professional photographers, human-shaped outlines appear in the windows, shadowy or glowing, they were not seen by human eyes until photos were developed.
This page was last updated: December 9, 2022
Artist Rendition of McPike Mansion by
Lewis Barrett Lehrman
Please be advised that due to City regulations, the current stateof the Mansion, it's ongoing renovations, and your safety....physical visits inside the Mansion are limited to the Cellar only.
DO YOU HAVE PHOTOS TO SEND US.....?
Please register in advance
TOUR AND EVENT DATES HAVE BEEN
SET FOR 2023!!!!
Mcpike Mansion - January 2020
If you would like to donate to the restoration of the Mansion, please visit our
Issues with purchasing tickets? Contact Sandy at 618 251-9646 or email@example.com.
Go to this website to purchase the Smudge Spritz used at Mcpike . 4oz $8
or contact Sandy LittleLizard at firstname.lastname@example.org
HOURS 10AM TO 8PM
VISITORS ARE WELCOME TO WALK THE GROUNDS AND TAKE PIHOTOS DURING THESE HOURS.
THE MANSION ITSELF IS NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.